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VICTORY for American Principle !
The Bulletia Speaks for American Interests in Hawaii.
Voi YII. No. 1351.
12 PAGES HONOLULU, H. I., SATUKDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1899. 12 PAGES
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PAUAHI STREET THREATS
MAGNIFICENT NIGHT PARADE
REV. CHARLES M. HIDE PISSES AWAY.
KEPT OFFICERS MOYING SCOUT FOR GENERAL LAWTOM
Low Born Japanese Try to Frighten a
The Carnival .of ftk-Sar-Ben at
Departnre or loana Followed by
British Military Man Now Serwlog Stars
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Petition to Remote Prostitutes from Populous
Part-W the Town Young Mao Recelres
Visitors Armed With (Ms.
There is now ia progress in
this city movement that has for
its ultimate end tbo romoval of all
the bouses of iMjffemo now on
Pauahi street, but tbo mon at the
head of this movement have
found from a recent occurrence
that- they will be met witb a
strong opposition as silent as
their own. However, they are
staunch men and true who havo
determined to oust tbo Japanoio
prostitutes from Tan ah i street and
a fight (or what they believe to bo
for the good of the community is
what tboy would cortaiuly hail,
About a week ago two' men, very
much respected in Honolulu, pre
pared a petition for removing tbo
l'anahi street nuisancn to some
place on tbo outskirts nf the city,
this in the interest of the honor of
the Japanese nation, and also in
the interests of de'eonoy in the
publio streets of the oity.
A youog Japanese business man,
representing the best olass of his
nationality, was given the petition
to pasB around. In a short timo
ho bad eighty of the most influen
tial Japanese business men of tbo
city on his list.
On the eamo evening a g'ann; of
forty Japanese, repreH-nting Pau
nhi street interests, called on tbo
young man. Thoy wore armed
with clubs and threatened to oith
or killed or deport him from tbo
country should the petition con
tinuo. Their interests on Pauahi
street amounted to about 530,000
and they did not intend to lose
They took the petition away
from tho young mnu and ordered
him to tako down bis business
sign whioh ho was forced to do.
Fortunately thoy did him on
On tho same night and tho fol
' lowing day this gang visited many
of tho eighty men who had sign
ed tho petition and got iho major
ity. As toon as tho men who first
circulated this petition learned
tho state of affairs they went to
work. One of the Japanese gang
was secured and told tuat the peti
tion must be forthcoming in a cer
tain length of timo. Within this
time tbo petition made its appear
ance with an apology saying it
was not known tbat white men
were in the movement.
The gang is the same ono that
intimidates Japanese storekeepers
into letting the members havo
havo goods for nothing and that
has from time to timo, seen fit to
sandbag prominent Japaneso of
Patriotism ConaIilrr.il Flrit.
Martin Markeson, Co, F 35th
regiment, with tho troops in tho
Bio is a citizen of Bpokano and
well known in tho mining and
real estate circles of the western
coast. Markeson is native of
IlusBia whore he served as lient
onant in the regular army for
several yoars. Coming to the
States ho went into a mining and
real oatato and obtained consider
able property intort-sta. He is
now on his way to the Philipines
to fight for the couutry whioh ho
believes the best in the world.
Hongkong Maru received quio k
despatch today; her (J00 tons of
freight were hustled from her
hold to the dook in good shape;
this morning it was thought ebo
would not get away for tbo Const
until late this evoning.-
Chunks of Weather-BUnkeU Orar Flower
Beds Din Logan Writes Mr. and
Mrs. Ed. Towsa.
Omaha, Neb., Sept. 29. This
week the attendance at the exposi
tion has shown goodly improve
ment. One afternoon, while an
aorial wire-walker was performing
over tho lagoon in front of the
Colonial building, there wore pro
bably two or throe thousand peo
ple assombled at that spot. Ofteu
I havo looked out over the same
space without being able to count
half a dozen souls in sight.
The Hawaiian exhibit, to which
improving touches havo beau
given, is receiving its duo share of
visitation. Labels in bold typo
have been put on the sugar, cof
fee and rice jars, giving statistics
of those island products. I have
received advices of Le Munyon's
pictures and tho Kohala seminary
collodion on the way, but unless
thoy have been ordered for express
transit tho chances are that they
will never reach the exhibit.
The weather changes more in
an hour hro than in a year at the
islands. In spite of my determi
nation to reserve overcoat protec
tion for the bleak November of
Boston and Nova Scotia, I have
bad to cspitnlate. Against the
real winter, I suppose I shall have
to swatho my body in an Indian
blanket and my feet in stuffed
bags. Tho tender shrubs are be
ing removed from the exposition,
whilo the flower beds havo to be
blanketed every night.
Among tho now attractions on
tbo grounds is a representation of
tho destruction of tbo battleship
Maine. A ship constructed of
light scantling andc&nvas is blown
up with dynamite sot off by elec
tricity. Tho debris is hurlod forty
or filly feet in tho air, whilo tbo
concussion makes the pavements
temble os from an earthquake.
Next thing is promised tho anni
hilation of a ship floating against
a submarine mine.
This is Ak-Sar-Ben 'week. For
three evenings there have beon
magnificent street parades. Eight
or ton oleotrical floats give repre
sentations of scene from olassic
operas. They aio superb beyond
description The electric current
id derived from the street oar
trolloy wires, oar traffic being sus
pended along the route for the oc
casion. Immense crowds line the
stroets to see tbo glittering page
ant. It is a rare sight, at the close,
to watch how the street railway
gathers up tho people for distri
bution to their homes.
A very sad accident happened
yesterday. Two Indians from tbo
exposition were returning from
town. One got off some way
out without telling his comrado.
Cpnquering Bear, the one left, on
discovering his lonely situation,
stepped off the oar while it was
going at full speed, and died al
most immediately from concus
sion of the brain. ,He was a
splendid specimen of 'the nativ
American in size and prowess,
sixty-four years of ago but hale
and vigorous, Though not a
chief he bore a fine record for
bravery in battle and skill in th
Bryan is making a powerful
campaign in this state. It is re
ported that toe JLfepublioans,
alarmed, are moving everything to
bring MoEinley hero as a check
to the Bryanio wave.
"Edward Towse and wife" are
registered at the Millard hotel
this morning as of Honolulu, H. I.
The captain and comissionor was
married at Cheyenne yesterday.
Ho received a lot of congratulato
ry dispatones from Omaha.
Sept. 30. When I closed my
notes yesterday I had not met
Captain Toweo, tbo Hawaiian
Dr. Charles M. Hyde died at
9:30 o'clock last nlgbt at bis homo
on Beretania street after being in
an uncouscious state for three
days. Present at the bedsido at
the timo of death were the wife of
the deceased, Charles K. Hyde,
his son; Miss Cornelia Hyde, his
niece; Miss E. B. Snow, Rov. W.
M. Eincaid aud Mrs. Rose. Dr.
Herbert was summoned but did
not ariive in time.
The funeral servicos will take
placn in Central Union Church at
11 n. m. Sunday in plaoe of the
regular service. Seats will bo re
served for tbo trustees of the
Bishop Estate, Oabu College and
the Hawaiian Board; Oabu Col
lego, Eamohamoha School and
Eawaiahao Sominary. The order
of sorvicos will be a? follows:
Organ preludo; invocation; rausio
by tho choir; reading of scriptural
passages; music by the Eamcba
meha Sohool girls; prayer by
Rov. H. H. Parker; respnebo
by tho ohoir; hymu; uddioas
by Rev. W M. Eincnid; solo,
"Angels ever bright and fair," by
Mrs. 0. B. Cooper. As the body
is being carried from the church
tho choir and congregation will
Hark, bark, my soql,
Angelic songs are calling.
Interment will tako place in
TboBev.Ohartoa McEwen Hydo,
V. V. was born in JNew xorfc city
in 1032, graduated from Williams
commissioner and his bride. I
met them later on the Exposition
grounds. They enjoyed the great
annual ball of tbo Knights of Ak-Sar-Ben
last night. Tomorrow
Captain and Mrs. Towse will leave
for Chicago and New York. On
their return they will again make
a short stay at the Exposition,
and then go home to Houolulu.
The Ak-Sar-Ben ball brilliantly
conoluded tbo series of fetes of
that organization. It was held at
tho den of the knight, which had
been transformed bsyond recogni
tion fron the somewhat dingy ap
pearance shown on meeting nights
The scheme of decoration was
simple but more boautiful than
anything in that Hue I had ever
Been. JNotning but tue JNationai
flag and the Ak-Sar Ben colora
red, green and yollow wore used
in draping. Thousands of in
candescent eleotrio lichts arrang
ed in symmetrical order alone
the rafterB, girders, pillars and
walls mado radiance exceeding
noonday. Fountains played
amidst knights' colors.
The coronation of the Eing,
Ak-Sar-Bon V., and a regal re
ception held by him, were splendid
functions. Until his mask was
removed, none but tho inner cir
cles knew it was Judge MoHugh,
a popular jurist.
Dr. PoBoy, specialist for Eye,
Ear, Throat and Nose diseases and
Catarrh. Masonic Temple. '
.Coljppe, Mass. aud took his thoo-
ii)j.MCHi cnurso in me union l ueo
logical Seminary of New York
uiijr nuu ill i. riuuuiOD, . O. a.18
Unit pastorate was in Brimfield,
Map., and bin second in tbo Cent
ral Conoreanlinnnl nhtirnh nf Hmr.
erhill, Mass. At Brimfield ho was
ar a ma. a . .
married to miss fllarj ilnigut
Who now survives him.
In March of 1887, Dr. Hydo was
appointed a missionary to Hawaii
by the American Board of Com
uiisHionHrs for Fornign Missions,
arrivinrr in TTnnnliilt, Mm nnma
Kg .&iuv.. i.l. . nreuiw
sumra-r. Dr. Hydo followed Rev.
W.P. Alexander, Rov. J. D. Paris,
Rov. D. D. Baldwin, and Rov. W.
li. mrker iu the work of educat
ing Hawaiinns for tho ministry ;
aud from the North Pacific Mis
sionary Instituto havo gone forth
the men who to-day fill the pulpits
of the Hnwai an ahutcbou.
Throughout his life in tho Isl
ands Dr. Hydii was over an up
right man Hud a faithful workor
iu the interests of the Hawaiians.
As a student on various uspful
topios, Dr. Hydo was unoxcelled
in Hawaii. His connection with
various educational institutions of
tun country, and bin constant strife
for the botterment of those from
year to year, proved what interest
he had in tho development of tho
peoplo of thb country.
Tbo following have been chosen
nil nnll.linnrpra Tlntr H V.
Bishop, R.v. O. H. Quliok, W. F.
Allen, W. R. Castle, W. W. Hall,
Dr. .T. M. Wln'tnau D f PnnW
and Rov. John Loadiugbam.
FOR PACIFIC UBIUUTS.
George H. Paris has been
awatded tho oontract for furnish
ing the pumping plant for Paoifio
Heights. This is to be a Fair-bauks-Morso
ongino with a capacity of 00.C00
gallons a day. Tho water will be
taken from tbo spring and will
supply all places up to the very
uigueBi point or wnore tne notoi
is to be orected.
A Yoiirwr Klan'a Ilally.
Sunday evening at tho regular
hour for church service, thoro will
be a union meoting of tho oburches
at the Central Union church in
the interests of the Y. M. 0. A.
and young men.
Rev. J. P. Erdmau will deliver
au address to young men and
short addressos will bo mado on
the work of the association. Spooi
al music has been arrangod. All
youug men aro especially request
ed to come.
p a w
Snpraraa Court Iicclalon,
Justices Froar and Whiting have
deoided tho case of Nettie L. Scott
vs. J, E. Nahalo in favor of tho
plaintiff reversing the decision of
tho district magistrate. It is an
notion of trespass to recover dam
ages alleged to have boon caused
by defendants cattlo running on
Arrest for Using Profane Language Crowd
Interferes With Police Flaallj Land
ed at Station.
Thero was serious troublo on
the Inter-Island wharf at about 7
o'clock last evoning just as tho
Moana was casting off preparato
ry to departure for San Frauoisco.
Officer Frank Forreira was doing
duty on tho wharf when ho heard
profane language being used by
lu. J. Mahoney, ono of tho em
ployes at tho Honolulu Iron
Ferroira saw that thoro wero a
largo number of ladios on tho
wharf and romnnntrAtnrl til llm
fellow who paid no attention what-
ever, rerreira tnon put Mahoney
Under arrest. Nn nnnnnr hail tin
done this than Maboney struck
aim ana men nvo ot the macbin
ist's frionds pounced upon For
reira. With bulldog tenacity tho offi-
Cer held in thn man ha hnrl in-mat
ed, notwithstanding tho blows and
kicks ue received trotn bis
friend's. Finally, Sam Ealalahi,
a hack driver, and Roland jumped
into tho fray, and helped Ferroira
who was thon able to freo himsolf
and got a bottor hold on his pri
soner. While thn twn mnn lnrif
off tho crowd and hold off tho fol
lows who were trying to assault
tho Dolico officer. lVrrrirn mnrnh.
ed his man out and up tbo streetj
lunuwuu oy a crowti or. some tour
or fivo hundred people, tbo majo
rity of these boing eoldiers.
When Ferreira and his prison
er reaohod tho cornor of Quooa
aud .Fort stroets, four mounted
patrolmon arrived on tho scone
and surrounded them. There
was more troublo immediately.
Several of tho men in tho crowd
pushod in und tried to jostle tho
officers out of tho way. However,
they wero not successful and tho
officers got thoir prisoner to tbo
Whilo tho crowd was hurrying
along Quoon etreot Mr. Cunha,
proprietor of the Art Gallsrv
saloon, ran out of the placo and,
seeing the state of affairs, closed
his gates and kept them closed the
romainder of tbo night. Ho stat
ed that he bad experience with a
largo ciotvd of soldiers not long
ago and was by no means anxious
for another experience of the
Tbo case came up in the Police
court today but, on account of the
lateness of thn hnnr if uioi mil
over until Monday.
The polioo of the whole island
of Hawaii aro now provided with
khaki uniforms made after the
pattern of those of tho American
soldiers. Maui wiil he tho next
and then will come Eauai. The
polico of tho country districts of
this island aro already provided
witn imam uniforms.
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Officers Aboard Transports Valencia and Sikh
Recruits for 37th and Balaoce of
Two more transports aro in the
harbor coaling preparatory to re
suming thoir journey to tho Phili-,
ppiues, making a fleet of six U.
S. Army Transports in theco
Tbo Valencia arrived lost nicLt
from Sau Francisco witb 429 re
cruits for the Thirty-Sovonth In
fantry being organized in Manila
and tho following officers.
Captain Ghas B Hardin, 18th
Infautry in command; First Lieut
H H Martin, 19th Iuft adjutant;
1st Lieut O E Hunt, 18th Inf;
2nd Lieuts C M Smith, 18th Inf;
W 8 Sinolair, 14th Inf; 0 M Gor
don, 16th Inf; H M Stanford and
W W Colt, Signal corps; Captain
H L B Davies, 33rd Inf; Sargoon
Major Ira 0 Brown; Assistant
SurgoonB H M Cohen and Robert
Boyd and Civilian M E Nelson.
Mr. Nolson was formerly an
Indian Scout and goes to Manila
to roport to Goaorat Ltwton as a
Second Lieut. C. E. Eilbourno,
Jr, of tho 14th Inf., if also aboard
the. Valencia; ho has b en horo
before, as have also Captain Har
din and Lieut. Hunt. Those gen
tlemen havo many frionds in Ho
nolulu, who will bo happy to learn
t)t thoir presence hero again.
The Valencia loft oan rirancisso
about tbo same timo as tho Zea
landia aud Oity of Para, and on
joyed good weather to port. r
Early this morning tho trans
port Sikh arrived from Portland,
whence sbo sailed on the 3rd iusL
with the balance of the 85th Regi
ment, U. S. V., the first section oE
which, together with tbo head
quarters and band, are aboard tho
Rio do Janeiro About GOO troopa
are on tho Sikh, mado up of com
panies A, B, D, E, I and L.
The following isva list of the
30th officers aboard tho Sikb:
Major R D Walsh, commanding;
1st Lient A G Voris, adjutant;
Captains W G Schreibor, T K
Langwortby, H T Matthews, E W
Tanner, 0 D Roberts, ATHalpIn;
First Liouts Leonard T Baker,
J L Hughes, Grover Flint, W B
Thomas, J A Bungles, W TH
Godson; Second Liouts Louis S
Ohappnlear, Carl Hard, 0 R Elli
ott, Allen Lefort, J A Degem, J P
Dootors J A Metzgor and G G
Bailey are the surgeons aboard
the transport Sikh; 1st Lieut J A
MoManus is tho Quartormaster in
Lieutonant Flint was formerly
engaged in nowspap;r work, was
a captain under Gomez in tho Cu
ban army and is the author of
"Marching with Gomez."
Captain Halpin was formerly in
the British army and has also
beon in tho British navy.
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